Then, since the Battleground states are something about which the Talking Heads like to prattle.
"That is child's prattle," said the young man a little impatiently.
As for all the prattle about pre-Raphaelitism, I confess to you I am weary of it, and long have been.
The work lives by so absolute a law that it's grotesque to prattle about what might have been!
The boy had pattered French with the former since he had first begun to prattle at all.
Rimac is the present participle of rimay, to speak, to prattle.
He listened to people's talk as though it had been children's prattle.
Mrs. prattle looked at her visitor with reproach in her wide blue eyes.
Her prattle seeped in and he became aware of it and what she was saying.
Mary walked by the side of Blinky, amusing her father with her prattle.